Blue Ivy Is Rapping on Jay-Z's '4:44′ Bonus Track

Ausiliatrice Cristiano
Luglio 8, 2017

Truth be told, it's sort of hard to hear what Blue's actually saying, but it's adorable, and she raps with an attitude that has echoes of her father's. As one would expect from a five-year-old, much of the verse is indecipherable, but it does end with a truly fire mantra of "Boom shakalaka".

Read the lyrics below! The last one features an opening from rapper's 5-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy. After the refrain JAY-Z, 47, joins her to rap about his lineage, his relationship with Beyoncé and his qualms about Donald Trump as president of the United States. Scroll through the best reactions to Blue's attempt at rapping below!

"And thank the heavens for BB, her Creole roots run deeply."

The song goes on to give fans a sneak peek into what 4:44 will sound like. On Thursday he made it available on itunes and Apple Music which came with a bonus track. The song, titled "Blue's Freestyle/We Family", features Blue hitting the mic for nearly a full minute of freestyling.

This isn't the first time Blue has showed off her star power.

"You're the child of my destiny".

The youngster appeared in the music video for her mother's song Formation in 2016.

"Hold on to me, Blue".

Did you listen to Blue Ivy's feature on 4:44, "Blue's Freestyle/We Family?". We guarantee you were never that insightful at five.

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